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Tuesday, August 26, 2008

The Obamanation of Desolation

I wouldn't be doing my duty if I didn't point out those extra special letters to the editor in our local paper.
Democrats simply can’t understand that Republicans and independents are not as fascinated with gay marriage and abortion as they are. In the end, the election will be decided in Sen. John McCain’s favor because of Sen. Barack Obama’s stands on gay marriage and abortion. These two topics are not getting much attention right now, but they are in the minds of non-Democrats....

Say again? Who is "fascinated with gay marriage and abortion?"

I also enjoyed this one:

People assume Barack Obama is a Christian because he has attended a Christian church for a decade. While the Bible does say to attend church, most people attending church aren’t Christians. To become a Christian one must believe and accept Jesus as Savior and Lord and repent (turn from sin). To God there are only two kinds of people, unrepented/unbelievers and repented/believers (also called Christians).
Thank you, God, for settling that question. Therefore:
  • It’s fair to question based on Obama’s words and actions whether he has salvation through Jesus.
  • Some Christians who know Obama’s stand on the issues call him the “Obamanation of Desolation.”
There you have it, folks. Rick Warren thought he was doing the country a favor by having our presidential candidates submit to a Christian litmus test.

The final letter of the day summed it up well:

I walk my dog every day on the trail around the Science Hill campus and I continue to be appalled at the amount of dog feces that is scattered about...
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